Do you love Spring? How about the smell of flowers? Floral fragrances have been around for a long time and continue to be one of the most popular fragrances found in perfumes and colognes.
The diversity of this fragrance family gives a broad range of possibilities to what other scents it can be infused with. From soft and fruity ingredients like grapefruit, orange blossom and gardenia, to the more traditional flower smelling ingredients of rose, jasmine or contemporary interpretations that add spice using ingredients like ginger.
Floral aromas are most widely used in female perfumes with single flower and bouquet flower fragrances being most easily identifiable. However, floral notes are typically infused into most female fragrances and are often minor notes in a range of male colognes. The most iconic floral fragrances include Gucci’s Bloom Intense Eau de Parfum and Daisy Eau So Intense Eau de Parfum by Marc Jacobs.